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Full text of "Handbook Of Chemical Engineering - I"

138                              CHEMICAL ENGINEERING
DATA AND RESULTS OP DUTY TRIAL OF STEAM PUMPING MACHINERY
(A. S. M. E. Code of 1915) (For a short report the items designated by letters of the alphabet may be omitted.)
(I)  Test of..........pump located at.........................................
To determine....................Test conducted by.....................
DIMENSIONS, ETC.
(2)  Type of machinery......................................................
(3)  Rated capacity in gallons per 24 hr....................................gal.
(4)  Size of engine or turbine..............(5) Size of pump....................
(6)  Auxiliaries (steam- or electric-driven).....................................
(a)  Type and make of condenser equipment..............................
(b)  Rated capacity of condenser equipment...............................
(c)   Type of oil pump, jacket pump, and reheater pump (direct or independ-
ently driven)....................................................
DATE AND DURATION
(7)  Date.............................(8) Duration........................hr.
AVERAGE PRESSURES AND TEMPERATURES
(9) Pressure in steam pipe near throttle by gage..............................lb.
(10) Barometric pressure...................................................in.
(a)  Steam chest pressure.............................................lb.
(b)  Pressure in receivers and reheaters by gage.........................lb.
(c)  Pressure in turbine stages by gage.................................lb.
(II)  Pressure in exhaust pipe near engine or turbine by gage...................lb.
(12)  Vacuum in condenser..................................................in.
(a)  Corresponding absolute pressure...................................lb.
(b)  Absolute pressure in exhaust chamber..............................lb.
(13)  Temperature of steam, if superheated, at throttle........................deg.
(a) Normal temperature of saturated steam at throttle pressure.........deg"
(&) Temperature of steam leaving receivers, if superheated..............deg.
(14)  Temperature of steam in exhaust pipe near engine or turbine.............cleg.
(a) Temperature of circulating water entering condenser................dog.
(6) Temperature of circulating water leaving condenser.................cleg.
(15)  Pressure in force main by gage.........................................lb.
(16)  Vacuum or pressure in suction main by gage........................in. or lb.
(a) Correction for difference in elevation of the two gages................lb.
(17)  Total head expressed in pounds pressure per square inch...................lb.
(a) Total head expressed in feet.........................................ft.
QUALITY OF STEAM
(18)  Percentage of moisture in steam near throttle, or number of
degrees of superheating.................................per cent or deg.
TOTAL QUANTITIES
(19)  Total water fed fco boilers..............................................lb.
(20)    Total   condensed   steam   from   surface   condenser   (corrected   for con-
denser leakage).....................................................lb.
(21) Total dry steam consumed (Item 19 or 20 less moisture in steam).............lb.
(22) Total gallons of water discharged, by measurement.......................gal.
(a) Total gallons of water discharged, by plunger displacement, un-
corrected....................................................gal.